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Rethinking Marxism July, Vol: 17.4

Edited By David F. Ruccio Copyright 2006
    190 Pages
    by Routledge

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    In this issue class revolution is discovered in a perhaps unlikely context- the paid domestic labor of African-American women. Analyzing the changing economic relationship between African-American women and white households, from end of slavery to the late 1970s, Cecilia Rio uses the concepts of Marxian class analysis and a wealth of empirical evidence to demonstrate that African-American women were historical agents of fundamental class transformation. Also in this edition- articles on Humanities, Surplus,Communism to Capitalism,Categories of Class Analysis, Contingent Commodification’s of Labor Power and more.